The Atlanta Community Support Project (ACSP) will be hosting a virtual session for local law students interested in getting involved with our grassroots justice work in a volunteer capacity. We offer opportunities for those interested in pursuing a career in various areas of law to serve the growing community of people affected by poverty and incarceration by devoting pro bono or community service hours.
During this event, we'll introduce you to the ACSP's work, community values, and explain our theory of change. We'll explain how you can serve others, whether you have one hour or 50 to spare. ACSP volunteer work can be done remotely, at your convenience, but if you're interested in in-person opportunities, we'll share some of those as well.
We especially encourage law students at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School, Georgia State University, and Emory University to attend, but the event is open to all.
Every year, advocates gather in downtown Atlanta, at Central Presbyterian Church, across from the State Capitol, to talk about the critical need for criminal legal reforms in Georgia. Hosted by the Justice Reform Partnership (JRP), this year's theme focuses on the impact of mass incarceration on families and communities.
The ACSP will be present and tabling at this year's Justice Day, and we encourage everyone who is able to come out and be in community with us on this day, to have conversations with like-minded individuals, and to engage with lawmakers on issues that affect you and your family.
CLICK HERE to learn more about Justice Day and to register.
Atlanta Community Support Project, 1445 Woodmont Ln NW, Suite 442, Atlanta, GA 30318